On Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 4:13 PM, Raffael Cavallaro <raffaelcavallaro@mac.com> wrote:

On Mar 8, 2010, at 3:44 AM, Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll wrote:

> Have you tried with Aquamacs? I have been running Slime from it without problems until recently. The non-Unicode version still runs fine in it.

Unfortunately neither the stable releases nor the nightly builds (either carbon or cocoa) of aquamacs work on this machine (macbook pro 13" unibody - so a fairly new machine) under snow leopard (10.6.2). The cocoa versions of aquamacs are mostly just plain broken (although the official gnu emacs cocoa version does work).

I have a fairly recent iMac aluminium 24" and I bought my PhD students a bunch of unibody MacBook Pro laptopts and other iMacs. We all use Aquamacs (stable 1.9, not the release candidate 2.0) for interactive coding (C++, Matlab), LaTeX editing, and now for Slime as well. It is not unstable, works, and I never had a crash with it since I started using it with OS X 10.4,  through 10.5 and now 10.6.2


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